OBITUARY

Louise Pamela Brady

January 26, 1942March 17, 2021

Louise Pamela Brady (Blazik), 79, Toms River, passed away on March 17. She was born in Philadelphia and was a graduate of Bartram High School. She met her husband of 61 years, Francis “Frank” E. Brady Jr., on a playground in Philadelphia. At a time when women were seldom viewed as business leaders, Louise was the co-founder, along with her husband, and president of The Beachcomber Corporation, which opened its first salon in 1966.

She is survived by her son, Francis G Brady, and daughter, Megan Brady (Jim Monin) and two grandchildren, Jake and Maerose Monin. She is also survived by her sister Carol Pellegrino, her brothers- and sisters-in-law, and many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Stella Blazik, her brother, Michael, and her husband’s parents, Francis “Hank” and Annie Brady, to whom she was a beloved daughter-in-law. The family would like to thank the many relatives, friends, and neighbors who have offered support during this difficult time. No visitation. Funeral arrangements at the family’s convenience.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to an organization that Louise and her husband have supported for many years, Providence House - Ocean County, 88 Schoolhouse Road, Whiting, NJ 08759. The Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home in Toms River is in charge of arrangements. For more information or to post a tribute, please visit www.andersonandcampbell.com

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Michael Brady

March 19, 2021

Louise and my brother Fran were a true love story ,they were together for 62 years .Louise was like a big sister and mom to me, I will never forget our times with her in Toms River , she was so kind to myself and of course my sons, I will miss her so so much. She always had advice for me when I was in need of.

Penny Maroldo

March 19, 2021

Frank, I just realized that you chose Providence House as your "in lieu of flowers" charity. Thank you so much. I was the very first social worker at Providence when they opened an office on Hooper Avenue in 1987. The Director and I did not even have desks yet and had a phone on the floor. But we could put battered women up in local motels. 4 years later the house was built and I got to furnish it. Such a much needed place for women and children to find respite and care.

Penny Maroldo

March 19, 2021

Frank, My heart goes out to you and all your family in the loss of your very special Louise. She was one of the sweetest, finest women I knew in Toms River. I know how much you will miss her and I send you a big hug from Ohio.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY